Tagged with: Schola Sanctae Sunnivae

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Norwegian Medieval

Program: #18-09, Air Date: 02/19/18

The “official pilgrimage choir” for Nidaros, the Schola Sancta Sunnivae, gives the service the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary; and Trio Mediaeval reconstructs ancient Norwegian folksong.

Rex Olavus

Program: #02-40, Air Date: 10/07/02

A stunning recreation of the ancient chant service for St. Olav ("the most wide-spread piece of music from Norway before the age of Grieg") radically redefined.

Chant from Trondheim– Fingergullofficiet: The Relic of the Holy Blood

Program: #03-48, Air Date: 12/01/03

Soon after the founding of the first Christian center in Norway at Trondheim, the Cathedral became a center for chant services celebrating everything from St. Olav to a vial of the Holy Blood of Christ brought to Trondheim in the 1100s--this week, chant from this cathedral.

In Nativitate Beatae Mariae Virginis

Program: #10-46, Air Date: 11/08/10

Few sacred services survived the 1537 Reformation in Norway; from a choir book written for office chanting in the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, the superb Schola Sanctae Sunnivae gives us a 13th century service for the Blessed Virgin.